Monthly Archives: October 2016

Barry’s Blog # 178: Cultural Appropriation, Part Seven

Well, I thought I was done with this theme. But then I had an opportunity to attend the wonderful Bioneers conference, which has devoted much energy to the concerns and values of tribal people. There, I attended a “council” workshop … Continue reading

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Barry’s Blog # 177: Why Are We So Freaking Crazy? Part Four of Four

I have re-written and greatly expanded this essay. You can read it starting here.

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Barry’s Blog # 176: Why Are We So Freaking Crazy? Part Three of Four

I have re-written and greatly expanded this essay. You can read it starting here.

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Barry’s Blog # 175: Why Are We So Freaking Crazy? Part Two of Four

I have re-written and greatly expanded this essay. You can read it starting here.

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Barry’s Blog # 174: Why Are We So Freaking Crazy? Part One

I have re-written and greatly expanded this essay. You can read it starting here.

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Barry’s Blog # 173: Cultural Appropriation? Part Six of Seven

I think I’ll just let the mystery be. – Iris Dement Thea Faye’s nuanced approach to the subject of the Celtic Wheel of the Year is a breath of fresh air in an intellectual environment where accusations and stances of … Continue reading

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